FIRST PEOPLES, FIRST SCREENS 2
FIRST PEOPLES, FIRST SCREENS 2
 

First Peoples, First Screens 2

Contemporary Indigenous political filmmaking from across Canada, including documentary, animation, experimental and genre fiction of varying lengths.
À propos du programme

February 04, 2019 – May 04, 2020

First Peoples, First Screens 2 is the second installment of a special Cinema Politica program that showcases Indigenous socially-engaged filmmaking from across Turtle Island, with a focus on the country known as Canada.

As a follow up to the 2016 program, this dynamic offering of animation, experimental, fiction and documentary works is divided into four thematic clusters and was curated by Jess Murwin (Mi’Kmaq), Conor McNally (Métis) and Ezra Winton.

All 20 films are circulating throughout the CP Network.

Projections à venir

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En présentant

Serene Husni  ·  2021  ·  21m
Serene Husni  ·  2021  ·  21m

An urban chronicle of the construction material used in building Palestinian refugee homes in Al Talbieh Camp in Jordan.

Still from You Are On Indian Land
Still from You Are On Indian Land
Michael Kanentakeron Mitchell  ·  1969  ·  37m
Michael Kanentakeron Mitchell  ·  1969  ·  37m

The classic 1969 NFB doc that puts the audience in the middle of conflict between First Nations and police.

Still from With This Ring
Still from With This Ring
Ameesha Joshi & Anna Sarkissian  ·  2016  ·  1h31m
Ameesha Joshi & Anna Sarkissian  ·  2016  ·  1h31m

Three Indian women resist traditional gender roles to become world champion boxers and fight for recognition and dignity in their communities.

Commissaires

Conor McNally

Conor McNally is a filmmaker based in amiskwaciy (Edmonton, Treaty 6) who bypasses formal film training to create works through a combination of instinct, trial & error. Conor’s most recent work is ôtênaw and he is a proud father and member of the Métis Nation of Alberta.

Jess Murwin

Jess Murwin is a queer non-binary curator and artist of mixed (Mi’Kmaq and Settler) descent based in Tiohhtià:ke/Montreal. Their work focuses on reclaiming narrative space for alternative, subversive and nuanced points of view.

Ezra Winton

Ezra Winton is Director of Programming at Cinema Politica. He is a settler scholar from K’ómoks First Nation territory who teaches, researches and writes about curatorial politics, screen ethics, documentary and Indigenous film and media.

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